The Graduate Student Advisory Board pictured with Executive Director Pulin Sanghvi (third from left), Director of External Relations and Operations Eva Kubu (far left) and Associate Director for Graduate Student Career Services Amy Pszczolkowski (far right), are, standing from left, Clifton Granby, David Walsh, James Martin, Dima Gorenshteyn, Michael Hepler, Jessica Williams, Ping Lu and Daniel Choi. Not pictured: Eva Harman, Aaron Kurosu and Shree Tanneti.
Take time out of your day to hear about work in the nonprofit sector and visit with campers at PALS Programsa program that works to create immersive experiences for young adults with Down syndrome and their peers.
Join John Weeren, director of PrincetonWrites, and Amy Pszczolkowski, graduate student career counselor, in a safe and supportive environment to build upon your public speaking skills. In this fun and interactive session, everyone will have an opportunity to practice and learn from one another, developing verbal fluency and confidence through collective feedback. We will be meeting monthly thoughout the summer: June 26, July 17, and August 21. Come when you are able, and you do not need to commit to all sessions. Please bring a lunch and we'll provide the dessert.
Dr. Jeffrey Richter 85 will be joining us to talk about his experience as the Senior Historian for the U.S. Department of Justice.
Dr. Jeffrey Richter 85 is a historian specializing in the history of Germany, the Holocaust, and genocide. He works in the Office of Special Investigations at the U.S. Department of Justice. At Princeton, Richter majored in East Asian Studies and then went on to get a Ph.D. from Harvard University.
Mr. Kevin Gover 78 H01 is the Director of the National Museum of the American Indian in DC. Come listen to Mr. Gover talk about his experience as director. This event will take place during the famous Choctaw Festival. For those of you who took American History: 1920s to 1974, this will be an interesting and relevant talk to attend!
Meet new people at a pick-up game of volleyball with fellow Yale interns! Refreshments will be served.
Come out to the Lincoln Memorial sand volleyball courts for some exercise and a little friendly competition. Meet other interns in Washington while still hanging out with Princetonians you already know. See you there!
Join Dr. Paul A. Hanle 69 as he talks about the bridging of communication and climate change, and reflects on his work at Climate Central, an organization of scientists and journalists focused on researching and reporting on climate change.
Ms. Harriet Pearson 85 will discuss the future of privacy and cybersecurity, using her experiences from being one of the first and longest-serving chief privacy officers in the Fortune 500 and an internationally recognized data privacy and security pioneer.
Join Mr. Marc Fisher 80 as he discusses his experiences at The Washington Post, the changing media landscape, and to get a tour of the newsroom.
Take a tour of CNN with Brian Rokus 99, a producer at CNN in Washington.